eConsulting: The amount of the annual flat tax is reduced by 50%

first_imgAs given that the business activity of these entities has decreased due to the coronavirus epidemic, it is proposed to take into account this situation by reducing the obligation to pay membership fees in 2020 for this category of taxpayers by 50%, the explanation says. eConsulting: RULEBOOK ON AMENDMENTS TO THE RULEBOOK ON ANNUAL Lump sum AMOUNT OF MEMBERSHIP FEE FOR PERSONS PROVIDING CATERING SERVICES IN THE HOUSEHOLD AND ON THE FAMILY AGRICULTURAL HOUSEHOLDER “As tourism has been severely affected by the unavoidable circumstances and it is still uncertain what the outcome of this season will be, please consider once again the possibility of charging private renters tourist dues for 2020 on the basis of the old Ordinance, ie on based on the realized turnover as the fairest way of collecting the tourist membership fee.”Is one of the comments and suggestions from the Tourist Board of the Municipality of Rakovica. The Ministry of Tourism, through the eSavjetovanje portal, published amendments to the Ordinance amending the Ordinance on the annual lump sum membership fee for persons providing catering services in households and family farms and on the Tourist Board forms for paying membership fees to the tourist board. Get involved in the public debate. last_img read more

Day’s Den: Irving deal highlights Celtics’ ambition

first_imgThe Boston Celtics were clearly in “rebuild mode” after the days of Doc Rivers, and many questioned president Danny Ainge’s ability to erase that label. As of last year, the Celtics had come a long way, led by 5-foot-9 point guard Isaiah Thomas and appearing to be the second best team in the East. But there was something missing when the C’s fell to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the Eastern Conference Finals.The Celtics, who were a playoff-caliber team built on stingy defense, had an undersized prolific playmaker in Thomas. He was an obvious hindrance on the defensive end at times, and there was little he could do about it.  When he was limited offensively versus better squads, the Celts would have their backs against the wall if no one filled his void. Against what looked like a very determined team in the Cavaliers, Thomas and the Celtics didn’t have much of a chance.This offseason, Ainge isn’t going quiet into the night. He’s shaking up the roster big time after acquiring All-Star Gordon Hayward in July. And recently, the wildest occurrence is the arrival of Kyrie Irving via a trade that sent Thomas, Jae Crowder, 2017 first-rounder Ante Zizic and Brooklyn’s 2018 first-round pick to Cleveland.Anyone who says Crowder and Thomas were integral to the Celtics in last season is right. But the C’s still have the services of Al Horford, an improved Marcus Morris and promising youngsters Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. With Hayward, Irving and head coach Brad Stevens, the Celtics squad could’ve lost Horford or never signed Morris and would remain a main contender in the East. I’m saying this because Hayward and Irving alone should change the game for Stevens, a one-of-a-kind coach with a knack for competing regardless of the talent at his disposal.The question I ask myself is, how much simpler do Irving and Hayward make Stevens’ job? He can win with a rag tag group, but that isn’t to say he can contend for a crown without high-caliber ballers like Irving and Hayward. Stevens needs someone to shoulder the burden of scoring and playmaking, and Irving wants to be that guy. Stevens coached Hayward at Butler University, and is probably very familiar with the former Utah Jazz standout’s evolution from college to present day. The main drawbacks of this trade could be a) in the long term — Zizic turns out to be one of the best big men in the NBA, or b) in the short term — Thomas and Crowder perfectly supplement Kevin Love and an aging LeBron James to win the East. While the first possibility is somewhat of an unknown value given the unpredictability of NBA first rounders, the second option is not entirely out of the question.But the bottom line is the highest expectations will have to trump the reality of the Golden State Warriors’ existence. Somehow, the Warriors will have to crash and burn for a title to be within the Celtics’ grasp. The primary way I can see that happening is through injuries. But the same thing can happen to the Celtics and Cavs as well, and it would probably hit them harder than the depth-heavy Warriors. The Warriors, though, are a bit weaker than you think. Teams can shut down Steph Curry and Klay Thompson on the perimeter. But with the long-armed, multi-skilled Durant, most defenders are at a significant disadvantage when matching up with him. So for me, Durant is that one player on the Warriors that matters the most to their championship desires.Due to the defensive liability aspect, I would rather lose Thomas to injury than Irving. However, that means if the Celtics were to lose Irving to injury in playoff time, their ability to win would very noticeably diminish. After all, Irving was the man who delivered magnificent performances  game after game when the headlines read that James had brought the title home. The 2017-18 season is Irving’s extended moment to show the world how gifted he is without James.I don’t think you can say the Cavaliers drop off the map with this trade, although they are most definitely not any closer to beating the Warriors. LeBron James’ opportunity to win another championship with the Cavaliers should be finished. But it’s not, really, because although he was mortal versus the Warriors in the 2017 finals, he’s one of the best of all time. So it’s tough to rule him and his team out, even though many would agree that he’s out of his prime as he approaches his mid-30’s.It’s under these circumstances that lofty predictions exist for the C’s with Irving and Hayward taking over, and all signs point to a much awaited Cavs-Celtics rematch in the playoffs, where Irving can show LeBron James who’s boss.Duncan Day is a senior studying print and digital journalism. His column, Day’s Den, runs on Thursdays.last_img read more

Saints comfortably progress to next stage of Junior Cup

first_imgThe Tipperary Town club are through to the last 32 of the competition after an 8-0 5th Round win over Killarney Celtic in Donohill.Saints’ prize for victory is a trip to Newmarket Celtic of Clare next month.Tipp FM’s Stevie O’Donnell says the winners had strong performers all over the team.last_img

SBC Bookies Corner – Scottish Premiership Preview

first_img GVC absorbs retail shocks as business recalibrates for critical H2 trading August 13, 2020 StumbleUpon Submit ESI Digital – No Drama Please… Esports growth should be treated as business as usual  August 20, 2020 Share Share Betway and Dafabet grow La Liga sponsorship portfolios August 14, 2020 Related Articles The new Scottish Premiership season kicks off on Saturday, with the league seemingly rejuvenated by the Hollywood appointment of Steven Gerrard as Rangers manager. Whether or not a serious title challenge can be mounted by the Ibrox club, a figure of Gerrard’s stature is a welcome addition to Scottish football, particularly in the wake of the hyperbole surrounding Adam Rooney’s transfer to Salford City.Bookies Corner enlists the help of three British bookmakers to run through some of the main talking points moving into the new season. SBC: It’s a very real possibility that Celtic could win an unprecedented third consecutive treble this season. Is this a worrying prospect for bookmakers?Alan Alger, PR Manager, Betway: “Celtic have dominated Scottish football in recent seasons and we go 7/2 that Brendan Rodgers’ side complete the unique ‘treble treble’ this season. “Though we’d obviously prefer them to fail in at least one competition, the result we really don’t want is Rangers pulling off a shock Premiership title win at 15/2.“Steven Gerrard’s new side have been very popular in the ante-post betting ahead of the new season and as things stand, they are a much worse result than Celtic completing a third consecutive treble.”  SBC: ‘The Gerrard Effect’ – Have you noticed an upsurge in betting interest/activity in Scottish football since Steven Gerrard was installed as Rangers manager?Alex Apati, PR Executive, Ladbrokes: “Rangers are by far the best-backed side in the competition in terms of bets placed, as the value has to be with them. Is that because of the Steven Gerrard factor, or is it more because they’re 7/1 while Celtic are probably too short at 1/10?“I’d say it’s the latter in truth, although our traders have confirmed that we’ve seen an increase in interest in Scottish football betting since Gerrard’s arrival. We’re expecting them to do a lot better than last season but the odds suggest Celtic will still run away with things.”SBC: Livingston defied the odds by gaining promotion last season despite having the second smallest budget in the Scottish Championship. Since then, manager David Hopkin has left the club and the Lions go into the new season as one of the favourites for the drop. Has Livingston to finish bottom been one of the most popular Scottish betting markets so far?Paul Petrie, Co-Founder, McBookie: “We are actually top price Livingston to finish bottom of the league at 5/2. That makes them joint favourite with St Mirren so we certainly don’t think they are certainties to go straight back down. “Kenny Miller has excellent contacts in the game and is likely to make good use of the loan market to strengthen the squad. They also showed by their performance against Partick Thistle in the play off that they are comparable to teams in the bottom six.  “At a bigger price it might be worth a bet on Dundee at 9/1. It has been a poor transfer window for them so far and at the moment they look like they will struggle for goals.”last_img read more